Global pharmaceutical company Galderma has created a new training and support programme to help customers get back on their feet once restrictions lift and clinics can open again.
The British Medical Laser Association (BMLA) has released a new guidance document on the resumption of laser and intense pulsed light (IPL) services post COVID-19 lockdown.
Many aesthetic training companies are planning to resume live clinical training for treatments such as injectables from July 4 with new COVID-19 safety measures in place.
Aesthetic training provider Cosmetic Courses is introducing online mentoring sessions for delegates.
Laser manufacturer Lynton Lasers has released recommendations and solutions for the current challenges laser and intense pulsed light (IPL) clinics face as they reopen.
A survey of 2,352 consumers by practitioner register Save Face suggested that 98% of respondents wanted a non-surgical cosmetic treatment once lockdown restrictions lifted, but also deemed safety measures to be essential for them to proceed.
Cosmetic Insure, Enhance Insurance and Hamilton Fraser Cosmetic Insurance have released statements on medical malpractice insurance following the relaxation of COVID-19 lockdown restrictions.
New Government guidelines in England permitting the reopening of the beauty industry following the COVID-19 pandemic still restrict practitioners performing facial treatments.
Following the Government announcement allowing some beauty related services to resume on July 13, insurance provider Hamilton Fraser has issued new advice for medical aesthetic clinics.
Moneypenny, a telephone answering and live chat provider for healthcare sectors, has launched a new online COVID-19 self-screening bot.